Tag Archives: meditation

Centering Prayer: Praxis Makes Perfect

  The Wisdom Jesus Our Faith and Science group has been studying this book for more than a year. We meet twice a month on a Friday, and yesterday, Ray, our leader, took us through a 20 minute quiet period … Continue reading

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Eckankar: What the Eck?!

  More than “Just a Religion” I believe the first book I read by Paul Twitchell was called “The Tiger’s Fang”. The title was based on a spiritual proverb about having enough courage to extract a fang from the tiger … Continue reading

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How to “See”: Gaze Without Looking

  Scrying I was walking the dogs this morning, when a thought occurred to me: “gaze without seeing”. We had just crossed the road and a car was approaching. A cursory glance showed me that it was a Kia, and … Continue reading

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Here’s How To:

  Succeed in Business Without Really Trying   Win Friends and Influence People   Be or Not (To Be)   Be (W)holly Holy   Be Happy   Be in the (K)now    

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The Boat That I Row

Row, Row, Row Your Boat It’s a nursery rhyme. Which means that you’ve heard (or sung) it a million times, but have you ever really stopped to consider the meaning of the words? Our lives are like little boats on … Continue reading

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Pool as Metaphor

While cleaning out the pool today, I caught a thought about how doing that was like trying to meditate. There are several levels to the depth of the water: the surface, the bottom, and everything in between. It is difficult … Continue reading

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The Right Hand of God

Every time we hear a phrase from the Bible, we assume we know what it means. But do we, really? Take the phrase “The Right Hand of God” for example: we picture a heavenly court with God on the throne … Continue reading

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